The adoption process is usually covered by a legal agreement between the developer and the Council, commonly known as a Section 38 agreement. This agreement requires the developer to build the streets and sidewalks to appropriate standards. Once an agreement has been entered into under Section 38, the developer must operate under a number of conditions, conditions and timeframes. It is supported by a loan or cash deposit that we have calculated, based on the proposed work. This loan or cash deposit can be used if the developer is in liquidation or is late in his responsibilities. To request a copy of an agreement, please call 01604 367988 or 01604 367036 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the Section 38 website of the agreement for more information. We charge a fee to reflect management and copying fees. A Section 38 agreement is a section of the 1980 motorway that allows developers to enter into a legal agreement with the local motorway authority to take over and maintain new motorway infrastructure at public cost. Please note that due to large projects related to the legal agreement, it is generally not possible to provide copies of these documents electronically. It may take you up to 7 business days for copy contracts to be made available to you upon receipt of payment. As a general rule, we will not process a section 38 request for an agreement until planning permission for “full or reserved business” has been granted. If you sell your home and live on an unaccluded street, the buyer`s lawyer will request a copy of the agreement in accordance with section 38 (if applicable). We charge a fee to reflect administrative and copying costs.
If you need a copy, this service will be subject to a £60 fee (payment options are provided upon request). Copies of the above agreements are managed by LGSS Law (the legal service providers of Northamptonshire Highways). An agreement under Article 38 should be concluded and submitted by the proponent. Please note that due to major projects related to the legal agreement, it is generally not possible to provide copies of these documents electronically. A Section 38 agreement is a section of the Highways Act 1980 that allows developers to enter into a legal agreement with the Local Highway Authority to adopt and maintain new motorway infrastructure at public cost. . . .